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Daily Archives: March 17, 2011
My Christian faith can have its ups and downs, but I came across a few quotes this week that I really appreciated, for they highlighted the compassionate and reasonable aspects of Jesus. 1. The first quote was by “jkx,” and … Continue reading
I started Niels Peter Lemche’s The Israelites in History and Tradition. Here are some points: 1. Lemche is known as a biblical minimalist, which means that he is skeptical about the historicity of much of the Hebrew Bible. Or let … Continue reading